Joey Calcaterra is a graduate student of San Diego and plays for the University of Connecticut. He is in the highlights as of March 2023 because UConn still maintains a consistent position in the March Madness NCAA Tournament 2023. The players like him are scoring for the best development, earning a name for the whole team.
Joey Calcaterra was born on 15th October 1998, sharing his childhood with two older siblings, Nick and Frank. His older siblings are basketball players, Nick plays for San Francisco State, and Frank had his appearance at Cal Lutheran.
Joey Calcaterra Career
Joey Calcaterra had a four-year basketball career at Marin Catholic High School. Coach Mike Saia coached him. During the season, he had a record of 30 average points as a senior and was recognized as the MVP of the Mirin County Athletic League. He was named North Bay Player of the Year in high school with a two-time winning “First Team All-League” title. As a junior, he had an average of 27.4 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists. Eventually, he earned the title of First Team All-State California Juniors and Second Team All-Metro Bay Area.
San Diego Aztecs
Beginning his basketball career in 2017, he sat out the season as a redshirt. Later, he began with 32 games for the next season, 2018 to 2019, at San Diego. Beginning with 5 starts, he averaged 2.8 points, 0.9 rebounds, and shot .384 overall with the first double-figure scoring game at Portland, earning a season-high 3 three-pointers.
For the next season, 2019 to 2020, he started with all 32 games for the Toreros, making an average of 11.4 points, 2.8 rebounds, 1.8 assists, and shooting .384 overall and .366, helping or leading the team to score seven times. He had 19 double-figure scoring games, along with four 20-plus games.
Next, from 2020 to 2021, he appeared in 12 games, starting with only 10, because of the restricted season of COVID-19. With his presence on the team, he scored 13.3 points, with a free throw percentage (.867) and a .419 overall shot with 3.1 rebounds – one of the best career-high for the season.
Next, from 2021 to 22, he appeared in 29 games and started with 23 games only, making a record of averaging 8.5 points, 2.8 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and a career-high .872 from the foul line. Subsequently, he was recognized as a top player among the team’s top three in five categories.
Joey Calcaterra Biography
|Real Name||Joseph Edward Calcaterra|
|Birth Date||October 15, 1998|
|Age (as of 2023)||24 Years|
|Birth Place||Kentfield, California, United States|
|College||University of Connecticut|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 3” – in Centimeters – 191 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 82 kg – in Pounds – 180 lbs|
|Hair Color||Light Brown|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Brother||Two (Nick & Frank)|
|Who is his girlfriend?||–|
Joey Calcaterra Girlfriend
Joey Calcaterra is recently appearing and is busy performing at NCAA Tournament 2023. There is no information on his past love affairs and the presence of any girl in his life. He is unmarried and has no kids through any means or adoption.
Joey has a verified and official account in his name, @joeycalcaterra, on Instagram. Most of his Instagram posts belong to the playing ground, the studio, inside or outside the field. Even his traveling pictures include the team members of his college. He seems more connected with his mother (Wendy Calcaterra- @wencalc) as he posted pictures with his mother on Instagram on 14th May 2018.
Joey Calcaterra Net Worth
Joey Calcaterra is 25 years old young athlete playing for the University of Connecticut. He has yet to be drafted by the NBA or any other professional association. There is no information on his commitments or sponsorships with any other brand. We assume he might get a few gigs like partnerships or sponsored ads in his basketball career. So, we can assume his net worth is around $500,000.
- He became a graduate student of San Diego in 2022 after having a four-year career at the University. Later, he was admitted to the University of Connecticut, where he is expected to be one of the top three-point threats for UConn in 2022-23.
- He had his degree in Communication Studies (major subject) and Business Administration (minor subject).
- At San Diego, he had one season set for eligibility but remained out of the career highlights because of the restrictions due to COVID-19; otherwise, he would have been one among the other players for the NCAA Tournament (that was in reality suspended).
- He is the recipient of the All-West Coast Conference Honorable Mention as a junior at San Diego.